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The sharp metal sound of a baseball bat meeting a 80mph pitch. A welcomed ‘thwack’ from the catch of a wickedly fast curveball into a leather mitt. The quick crunch of metal cleats and … more
In March of 2020, many parents worst nightmares came true: they became homeschool parents. When COVID-19 swept across the world, businesses, churches and schools shuttered their doors in an attempt … more
What's better than a tax-free weekend? How about a FREE weekend? That is precisely what happened at the Upper Elementary School in Rogersville on Aug 6 for the parents of the Logan Rogersville school … more
In a world full of running water, reliable electricity, and paved streets most people are not uneducated that modern day amenities are possible because of people who have studied the trade. Most … more
Webster Electric Round Up grants were submitted and awarded for the third quarter. This quarter the Round up program allowed Webster Electric to give out $24,401.41 to local nonprofits. The Webster … more
There is a new name joining the ranks of Marshfield’s law enforcement., but make no mistake, this new name brings years of experience under the badge. His name is Rick Hamilton, who was sworn … more
A couple of months ago the Marshfield Mail had the opportunity to sit down with Lillyanne Vestal; a newly graduated senior who was planning to take an eight week trip to Romania. Fast forward to last … more
"I really enjoyed the fact I was in a position that I could try to right a wrong," reflected Lieutenant Dan Banasik. Banasik recently retired after serving almost 29 years on the Missouri Highway … more
No matter where you go, there is always an opportunity to learn. That is especially true as Marshfield High prepares to welcome three new students from overseas. These three students will be joining … more
Heading northeast out of Marshfield, commuters may notice signs advertising different cattle for sale and a name, Bruce Bradley, the proud owner of Bradley Cattle. With over 46 years in the business, … more
Finding the right words, or even enough words to describe someone’s life can be a challenge. How does one even begin to tell the story of a man who changed the lives of everyone around  … more
If there is one thing the people of Marshfield all seem to love, it’s their chips and queso. So you can imagine that when word got out that Bob Hopkins and his daughter Anna Macias, a 2013 … more
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